Introduction of QSFP+ Breakout Active Optical Cable
120GBASE CXP to 3x 40G QSFP+ Breakout Active Optical Cable
120G CXP to 3x 40G QSFP+ Breakout Active Optical Cable provide 120Gb systems the ability to connect to 40Gb switches or adapter cards. It provides connectivity between devices using CXP port on one end and 40G QSFP+ on the other end.CXP to 3x QSFP active optic cables are a high performance, low power consumption, long reach interconnect solution supporting 120G Ethernet, fiber channel and PCIe.It is compliant with the 120Gbits Small Form factor Hot-Pluggable CXP-interface and QSFP-interface.
OEM and ODM
Combining our extensive design and engineering capability in optical transceiver industry, with our competitive advantages from integrated manufacturing capability, internal supply chain, and cost competitive and scalable operation infrastructure, Fiber-Mart provides OEM, ODM, and contract manufacturing service to world leading customers with our manufacturing facilities in China.We are also mainly engaged in providing complete sets of optoelectronic device solutions to gain more brand extensions and influence for Fiber-Mart in the world.
Please contact us with any special requirements you may have, we can help you create a custom solution to meet almost any application. Our engineer will review the project and provide a quotation within 1-2 business days.
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Save Cost By Buying 120G CXP AOC From Original Manufacturer Fiber-Mart Directly.
Fiber-Mart is a professional manufacturer & supplier of 120G CXP AOC. All of our 10G SFP+ cable are tested in-house prior to shipping to guarantee that they will arrive in perfect physical and working condition. We guarantee 120G CXP AOC to work in your system and all of our 120G CXP AOC comes with a lifetime advance replacement warranty. If you have questions about 120G CXP AOC, please feel free to contact us at [email protected]
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